Arms of widow of the family of Mainwaring of Over Peover, Cheshire, Barts, probably Diana Mainwaring, widow from 1726 of Henry Mainwaring. The family seat was Peover Hall, Over Peover, Cheshire. This is an important and highly uncommon example of late 17C silverware by the best English goldsmith of the period. In absolutely astonishingly good order with no signs of damage, restoration or repair. All the silver parts are in excellent condition with only very minor signs of wear.The handle is undamaged and firm in its mounts. Of good size, weight and wonderful colour and patina. The hallmarks to the body are unsurprisingly somewhat worn but still legible.
A very rare piece of early silver. Height: 10.5 inches or 26.5 cm. Diameter of base: 4.75 inches or 12 cm. Weight (all in): 845g or 29.8 oz or 27.1 ounces Troy. Further high quality images supplied on request.
Please ask any questions you have about this item. Please ask any questions you like. A majority of countries do not charge import duty on antique silverware, the US for example. However, any duty that is payable on import will be the buyers responsibility. The item "A Rare and Important William III Britannia Silver Chocolate Pot London 1698" is in sale since Monday, November 26, 2018.
This item is in the category "Antiques\Silver\Solid Silver\Teapots & Sets". The seller is "someone_normal" and is located in South West. This item can be shipped worldwide.